Saboor Aly may have had established herself as an actor now, however she will forever be more popularly known to be as Sajal Aly’s younger sister. But that in no way means that she is a better or lesser of a star than her sister. So, today the limelight is on Saboor, for her fantastic evolution into, not just a good actor, but a stylish one at that.
This cutie started her career in 2011 playing supporting actors, however she garnered attention with her role in Mr. Shamim. Saboor Aly was brilliant with her comic timing and making us go LOL every time she came on the screen. And from there on, she played more side roles that have established her into an actress who is vivid when it comes to playing dramatic roles.
While Saboor Aly has grown into honing her craft, she has, nonetheless, developed an acute sense of style. Let’s just say that, she looks more herself with every fashionable choice she makes. Be it an an over the top eastern look or a minimal western attire, Saboor looks fabulous.
So, here are some of our fav cool-casual looks of Saboor Aly.
A white tank top and cool mom jeans on that pretty face will not be a fail and we personally love this casual style for a easy hang out. It’s cute. And I personally like how she’s paired it with long earrings, minimal makeup and a nice sleek hairdo. So effortless.
Statement white jeans should be a staple in every girls wardrobe and Saboor was already rocking the scarf in hair trend while vacationing. So I’d say, this girl knows how to stay on top.
One of the reasons why I like this look is because it’s nothing like she tried too hard. Slim skinny denims, a pair of good heels and you’re absolutely good to go.
Like I said earlier, denim is forever and a good old denim jacket can just pump things up for an otherwise look whether it’s a western or fusion look.
Saboor may have garnered some negative attention for this look, but, hey, it’s funky and trendy, and she’s totally done justice to the cheeta print with those baggy jeans and heels. She’s giving those “a girl’s gotta do what a girl’s gotta do” vibes and we dig that.